Yankees' player will make his MLB after 9 years of being traded


Yankees podría debutar a Ryan Bollinger

Yankees podría debutar a Ryan Bollinger | AP

It looks like the New York Yankees finally will give Ryan Bollinger a shot in the Majors 9 years after being traded and spending his whole career in the minor leagues. The Yankees called up the left-handed-pitcher this Wednesday.


Bollinger was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in 2009, then he moved to the Chicago White Sox organization and spent the last three years of his career playing ball in Indy Leagues.


The pitcher was signed by the Yankees during last Spring Training to a minor leagues contract, and he finally will fulfill his dream after the Bronx's Bombarders called him up on Wednesday.